Current fleeting interests

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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by xdugef » Sat May 12, 2018 7:02 pm

WhiteWarlock wrote:
Sat May 12, 2018 6:03 pm

https://www.macintoshrepository.org/273-turbosynth-2-21
that mac repository is the bomb!
Hmm I wonder if it will actually run in Basilisk II for Windows?


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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by jliat » Sun May 13, 2018 12:23 am

xdugef wrote:
Sat May 12, 2018 2:51 pm
Just ripped my collection of Everything is Terrible DVD's

Bought a bunch of patches off ebay

Looked up the definition of original sin for some argument I'm having some where else
The Immaculate Conception is the conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary free from original sin by virtue of the merits of her son Jesus Christ. The Catholic Church teaches that God acted upon Mary in the first moment of her conception keeping her "immaculate"

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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by WhiteWarlock » Sun May 13, 2018 4:22 am

standard example of alien abductee artificial insemination
better than telling old Joe it was a hot roman soldier
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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by xdugef » Sun May 13, 2018 8:51 am

jliat wrote:
Sun May 13, 2018 12:23 am
The Immaculate Conception is the conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary free from original sin by virtue of the merits of her son Jesus Christ. The Catholic Church teaches that God acted upon Mary in the first moment of her conception keeping her "immaculate"
I guess they used some kind of immaculate prophylactic. :lol:

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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by WhiteWarlock » Sun May 13, 2018 9:06 am

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Popeil Galactic Prophylactic

Spokesman.....Eddie Murphy

[ open on Spokesman holding a handful of condom packets ]

Spokesman: Men! How many prophylactics do you use in a year?! Twenty?! Thirty?! Forty?! A hundred?! [ strolls over to product ] Well, you never need buy a prophylactic again, thanks to Popeil's new Galactic Prophylactic, the prophylactic guaranteed to last you fifty years! Imagine that! Fiifty years!

[ SUPER: "Lasts Fifty Years" ]

Spokesman: It's more than a contraceptive, it's a family heirloom!

[ dissolve to Father handing the prophylactic to his son ]

[ SUPER: "Demonstration" ]

Spokesman V/O: One you can pass down from father to son!

[ dissolve back to Spokesman ]

Spokesman: How can a prophylactic last for fifty years?! Let's take a look at Popeil's exclusive design! [ holds out design ] A layer of rubber! A layer of reinforced steel! And yet another layer of rubber! Isn't that amazing! and guaranteed for fifty years to not snap, break, or pop! Watch!

[ dissolve to musclemen playing tug-of-war with an unusually stretchy piece of condom ]

Spokesman V/O: These muscle men are stretching the Popeil Galactic Prophylactic a mind-boggling five times its normal length! It will not break! Isn't that amazing! But, more!

[ dissolve back to Spokesman ]

[ Spokesman fires gun at an outstretched product ]

Spokesman: It can stop bullets! Isn't that amazing! But you want more! Before you answer, before -- What would you pay for the Galactic Prophylactic?! Before you answer - we will throw in, at no additional charge, the Dura-Fram Disaphragm! The diaphragm that's guaranteed to last for fifty years, and take a pounding and keep coming back! Here, we've got a woman demonstrating!

[ woman bounces on a trampoline made out of a stretched condom ]

Spokesman V/O: We've brought this thing a thousand times its normal size! Doesn't that look like fun! Isn't that amazing! Doesn't it look like great fun to you!

[ dissolve back to Spokesman ]

Spokesman: It can all be yours! The Galactic Prophylactic! The Dura-Fram Diaphragm! Both for only $5.95! These days, it's hard to stretch money, so why not get rubber that lasts a lifetime?

Announcer: Popeil Galactic Prophylactic. Available at fine hardware and sporting good stores.

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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by xdugef » Sun May 13, 2018 9:24 am

WhiteWarlock wrote:
Sun May 13, 2018 9:06 am
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Popeil Galactic Prophylactic

Spokesman.....Eddie Murphy
Huh... I don't recall seeing this skit before!

https://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live ... el/2869153

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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by WhiteWarlock » Mon May 14, 2018 7:39 am

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Getting ancient Digidesign SampleCell working with ProTools on Nubus Mac
why the fuck would eye do that?
hmm where exactly did this sample cell card get used for years making records?
"Chicago Trax"
yo dawg waz dat???!
ended up with it when nubus was decommissioned(eye was given samplecell)
plus bags of ram and other nubus cards including the proto protools system(sound accelerator)
maybe some of you can comprehend why eye would even be obsessing on such a project
turns my Mac 7100(G3 upgraded) machine into visual editor hardware sampler via midi
plus want using it with vintage samplers because nothing modern really compares
yet that machine has no SCSI CDrom & need installing software/extensions
probably need booting up 8600av for using so can make floppies between machines
what a pain jumping through hoops
hmm how the fuck did eye used to do this....
ummm oh yeah
appletalk network & external SCSI raid
looks like time for powering up the old 8600av in studio
btw still haven't found all my old disks of MAX/MSP "Stuff" including projects and massive library
grabbing "warez" from the Mac Repository eye recently discovered
that place is AWESOME!!!
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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by WhiteWarlock » Tue May 15, 2018 12:33 pm

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What a fucking pain...
spent all day yesterday cannibalizing 8600av
rebuilding the nubus 7100 G3
can't get any SCSI CD rom drive working
have an original 1x caddy CD Rom from quadra950
yet that is being used with ASR10r
may need doing floppy zip or ez drive transfers
no clue why it isn't recognizing the Lacie external CD rom/writer
contemplating manual XLR audio transfers from the 7100
Protools rack to Protools rack
went around in circles yesterday and studio looks like a deathstar trash compactor today
have it 90%+ functional
yet need doing file I/O somhow besides direct audio signal
plus need putting turbosynth on 7100
anyways
cleaning up all the parts strewn ever where
from hybrid hack attack operations on that machine

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March 14, 1994: Apple introduces the Power Macintosh 7100, a midrange Mac that will become memorable for two reasons.

The first is that it is among the first Macs to use new PowerPC processors. The second is that it results in Apple getting taken to court by astronomer Carl Sagan — not once but twice.
Power Macintosh 7100: A solid Mac

The Power Macintosh 7100 was one of three Macs introduced in March 1994, with the other two being the lower-end Power Macintosh 6100 and the high-end 8100 model.

The Power Mac 7100’s PowerPC processor ran at 66 MHz (a spec that Apple upgraded to 80 MHz in January 1995). The computer’s hard drive ranged between 250MB and 700MB in size. The Mac also sported Apple’s then-standard NuBus card slots and 72-pin paired RAM slots.

The Mac 7100 came in a slightly modified Macintosh IIvx case. (The IIvx was the first Mac to come in a metal case and feature an internal CD-ROM drive.)

Costing $2,900 to $3,500, the Mac 7100 was a solid piece of hardware that bridged the gap nicely between the low-end consumer 6100 and its higher-end 8100 sibling. It was, for example, perfectly capable of running two monitors. However, it could overheat when performing particularly strenuous tasks like complex rendering of images or videos.

PowerPC
The Mac 7100 compared with the other Power Macintoshes of its day.
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Carl Sagan sues Apple over Power Mac 7100 code name
Sagan
Carl Sagan wasn’t on the best terms with Apple in 1994.
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Photo: Carl Sagan Planetary Society CC

As many Apple fans will know, the company’s engineers frequently give code names to projects they’re working on, either for secrecy reasons or just for fun. They gave the Power Mac 7100 the code name “Carl Sagan” as a tribute to the famous astronomer.

Unfortunately, the secret in-joke spilled in a 1993 issue of MacWeek that eventually found its way into Sagan’s hands. In a letter to MacWeek, Sagan wrote:

“I have been approached many times over the past two decades by individuals and corporations seeking to use my name and/or likeness for commercial purposes. I have always declined, no matter how lucrative the offer or how important the corporation. My endorsement is not for sale.

For this reason, I was profoundly distressed to see your lead front-page story ‘Trio of Power PC Macs spring toward March release date’ proclaiming Apple’s announcement of a new Mac bearing my name. That this was done without my authorization or knowledge is especially disturbing. Through my attorneys, I have repeatedly requested Apple to make a public clarification that I knew nothing of its intention to capitalize on my reputation in introducing this product, that I derived no benefit, financial or otherwise, from its doing so. Apple has refused. I would appreciate it if you so apprise your readership.”

A new code name: ‘Butt-Head Astronomer’

Forced to change the code name, Apple engineers began calling the project “BHA,” which stood for “Butt-Head Astronomer.”

Sagan sued Apple over the implication that he was a “butt-head.” The judge overseeing the matter made the following statement:

“There can be no question that the use of the figurative term ‘butt-head’ negates the impression that Defendant was seriously implying an assertion of fact. It strains reason to conclude the Defendant was attempting to criticize Plaintiff’s reputation of competency as an astronomer. One does not seriously attack the expertise of a scientist using the undefined phrase ‘butt-head.’”

Still, Apple’s legal team asked the engineers to change the code name once more. They picked “LAW” — standing for “Lawyers Are Wimps.”

Sagan appealed the judge’s decision. Eventually, in late 1995, he reached a settlement with Apple. From that point on, Cupertino appears to have used only benign code names related to activities like skiing.

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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by WhiteWarlock » Tue May 15, 2018 5:44 pm

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SCSI 1x speed caddy cd rom is working now on mac 7100
put in back up of the Ancient "Hotline" server we operated
it's fucking packed with high quality sound warez from way back when
Turbo Synth & Max/MSP v4 plus all the oldschool Special K
using SCSI CD player from ASR10r
need grabbing some more of those 1-4x speed SCSI Mac CD internal drives from ebay
Eye have multiple external SCSI cases
Mac 7100 G3/300 now at 100% operational with Protools 442 Sample Cell & Opcode Midi
all it needs now is SCSI ZIP drive or SYQUEST EZDRIVE
good thing have multiple plus plenty of good disks


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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by Dyecap » Wed May 16, 2018 3:43 am

E-MU E6400 cord patching...

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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by WhiteWarlock » Thu May 17, 2018 10:32 am

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another blast from the past now fully functional again
Master Tracks Pro VI
also have working versions of Alchemy & Sound Diver running
have various oldschool samplers for using with them
throwing midi at 7100 from another machine
then sync them using MTC or something
so can SMPTE/MTC sync 8 track R8 or Tascam 488
Opcode Translator Prosync is now operational on 7100/G3
have logic on that machine
may install old version of "cubase" "live" and or some other PowerPC DAW
Protools used to be bitch with MIDI
next experiment...

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Re: Current fleeting interests

Post by WhiteWarlock » Wed May 23, 2018 1:46 pm

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Handleiding Logic

Logic is het notatie- en sequensprogramma wat we op school gebruiken. Onderstaande handleiding kun je downloaden of online raadplegen. Je hebt er Adobe Acrobat reader voor nodig, of een plug-in in je browser die pdf-jes kan openen. Internet Explorer heeft deze plug-in standaard ingebouwd.
Bestand Onderwerp
Index Index
Glossary Terminologie
Table Of Contents (TOC) Inhoudsopgave
01.pdf Using Logic
02.pdf Transport functions
03.pdf Arrange Window
04.pdf Audio in Arrange Window
05.pdf The Environment
06.pdf Mixers, Effects & Audio objects
07.pdf Audio Window
08.pdf Audio Driver
09.pdf Sample Edit Window
10.pdf Event List
11.pdf Hyper Editor
12.pdf Matrix Editor
13.pdf Scor Edit Window
14.pdf Transform Window
15.pdf Tempo
16.pdf Synchronization
17.pdf Song Settings & Prefs
18.pdf File Transfer
19.pdf Chapter 19
20.pdf Chapter 20
http://www.n01ze.com/Muzak/emagic-logic-4-manual/

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The old system lives!
NUBUS
A/D D/A sounds awesome on "ancient" 442 rack
transferring "lost" recordings
multiple disks worth
rebuilding 7100/G3 waiting on ram delivery digging for old warez & application/utilities/extension
using that machine as midi/audio catcher via SMPTE MTC sync
transferring old mac formatted SDII cds of audio
recording 442 XLRs into Tascam mixer for master rack then out for other Protools rack
works for me
eye want experimenting with my old recording methods on some new material
http://macintoshgarden.org/

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